Myshkin Ingawale

Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship | India

2014 New Voices Fellow


Myshkin co-founded Biosense, an internationally recognized med-tech company designing and building innovative, disruptive healthcare technologies. Notably, ToucHb, a needle-free blood hemoglobin testing device, and uChek, a mobile phone app and accessory that converts the smartphone into a medical-grade lab machine equivalent. He holds a PhD in Management Information Systems from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

Ingawale is one of the designers of the “Copenhagen Wheel” electric bike, which won the James Dyson Award for design, and co-author of the book “The Unreasonable Fellows”, a compilation of stories of social entrepreneurs from around the world. He has served as the Chief of Staff of Xiaomi, helping set up the India business, led Facebook’s Emerging Worlds research team in India, and has been involved in multiple tech and social startups in the US and Asia over the past 2 decades.